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Tung Pham
Posted Dec 21 - Read on Facebook

Hi FramerJS,

How do I import one single art board from a multiple-art-board sketch file? Currently, I imported my sketch file and all art boards were displayed. To solve this problem, I had no choice but to divide that sketch file into multiple single-art-board files. This is such a pain when I have over 10 art boards and need to prototype every single one of them. Thank you very much.

4 Comments

Stephen Crowley

Hey Tung, when importing from Framer Studio there is no way to exclude other artboards. However, you can simpye set artboard.visible = false for those that you do not want to display in your project. I'm not quite sure what you are trying to achieve so if you can explain in more detail how you are trying to work I'd be happy to help you.

Tung Pham

Thanks Stephen for the quick response. This is the case: My sketch file represents one design assignment, which contains several art boards that contain different design iterations of the same assignment. I need to prototype all the iterations without converting each art board into single files.

Stephen Crowley

I see. One way you might be able to go about it is simply turning on and off your artboards' visibility using the keyboard (hit 1,2 or 3 on your keybaord) when you want to walk through the interactions. Quick and dirty idea: http://share.framerjs.com/xob4kujd2yy1/

Koen Bok

In our beta (soon stable) you can flatten every artboard you need into a single layer by adding a "*".

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